I bought two of these light-weight rain weather jackets for my teenage sons for christmas and it's a good thing I did or they would have been fighting over who's gets to wear…
- Daniel, 01/29/15
There are a couple things you must like. The very firm neck wrap, face wrap and a zipper that is challenging to use. We couldn't risk the frustration with the zipper. Other th…
- Yona, 12/13/14
Bought for my husband. Runs a tad big, but it has a nice slim fit.…
- Gina, 03/19/15
If you want a great jacket or anyone to compliment you or anything or if you want to look like your a big time hustler then you must go ahead and get this jacket now. Once you…
- aaron, 04/12/14
Those ice cold days hunting in the elements,ducting in and around tree branches will snag a parka.With the Helly Hansen Voss jacket as an outer shell,you kill more birds with…
- Michael, 01/18/14
Very durable rain jacket. It is thick and will resist the wind, keeping you quite warm, however it does compromise the breathability. Also since this jacket is thick, it wil…
- Kelly, 06/29/14
This coat seems to have the feel of a cheap PVC raincoat, but it has provided adequate waterproofing for my wife. Not as breathable as one would hope, but kind of expected th…
- Zachary, 12/26/13
Does is purpose by keeping rain out, but it feels like wearing a plastic tarp. Also doesn't really block the wind very well. I would suggest spending a little more and getting…
- Isaac, 11/24/13
OMG I love this jacket! Keeps me warm in the coldest place in Alaska - Fairbanks!…
- Minnie, 11/11/14
This is a very nice light weight fleece pull over. Very nice for a cooler climbing day, or doubles awesome as a second layer under a heavier jacket when you are looking to sta…
- Sage, 03/25/15
My first HH product and I like it. It is super soft and made with
a great plush fleece. It works well alone, as a base or mid layer.
Very warm and well made.
I really l…
- Stephen, 02/14/15
Loved the quality and styling of this jacket. It is definitely slim cut. Only problem I had was with the sleeves - they were too long and wide for my liking. Had to return it.…
- Carolyn, 10/15/13
About Helly Hansen:
Born by the sea, raised by the mountains, and trusted by professionals, Helly Hansen started in 1877. Founded by Norwegian Captain Helly Juell Hansen and his wife Maren Margarethe, Helly Hansen products started out featuring oilskin jackets and pants made from coarse linen soaked in linseed oil.
The quality of Helly Hansen products has been apparent from the get-go. In 1878, only one year after being in production, Helly Hansen was won a diploma for excellence at the Paris Expo. Napoleon, loved Helly Hansen products so much, that he decided to outfit his entire military with Helly Hansen apparel. That last part may not actually be true. A fisherman off the coast of New Foundland told me that part. Blame him if I'm wrong.
When Helly Juell Hansen passed away in 1914, his son, Leiv Helly Hansen took over the company. Under Leiv's leadership, Helly Hansen continued their and grew their reputation for excellence, making their outerwear more light weight and waterproof.
Throughout the 20th century, Helly Hansen has been on the forefront of innovated products. Helly Hansen worked to develop what we know today as the 3-Layer System™. The 3-Layer System™ calls for wearing a base-layer, mid-layer, and outdoor-layer to provide the best possible for protection from the elements.
In 1961, Helly Hansen developed fiberpile, which is a fleece that has now been used and perfected for over 50 years. The Helly Hansen fleece works great as a mid-layer. The fleece was warm, lightweight, and fast-drying, and a decent choice for sailors, skiers, and other outdoor adventurers and workers.
1980 was a pretty cool year, being that Helly Hansen launched their Helly Tech technology. The Helly Tech technology used both hydrophilic and micro porous technology, which allowed the Helly Hansen outwear to be both waterproof and breathable.
Today, Helly Hansen continues pushing the limits and helping to drive the outdoor industry. Helly Hansen gear is used all across the globe by both professionals and enthusiasts for activities such as sailing, skiing, climbing, running, and all other outdoor adventures.
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